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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
James O. Rozell
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Rozell Mandolins 3313 Georgetown Dr, Garland, TX 75048

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System And Method For Indexing Travel Accommodations In A Network Environment

US Patent:
7848945, Dec 7, 2010
Filed:
Jul 3, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/613204
Inventors:
James M. Rozell - Arlington TX,
Bernard A. Phillips - Flower Mound TX,
Assignee:
Travelweb LLC - Dallas TX
International Classification:
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
705 10
Abstract:
A method for evaluating travel accommodations is provided that includes identifying a plurality of hotel properties and assigning a hotel marketability index score to one or more of the properties such that one or more of the properties may be ranked. The hotel marketability index score may be based on a selected one or more characteristics associated with one or more of the hotel properties, the characteristics including rate competitiveness, hotel availability, hotel location within a cluster location, and hotel quality within the cluster location.

System And Method For Indexing Travel Accommodations In A Network Environment

US Patent:
2011010, May 5, 2011
Filed:
Oct 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/911828
Inventors:
James M. Rozell - Arlington TX,
Bernard A. Phillips - Flower Mound TX,
International Classification:
G06Q 30/00
US Classification:
705 729
Abstract:
A method for evaluating travel accommodations is provided that includes identifying a plurality of hotel properties and assigning a hotel marketability index score to one or more of the properties such that one or more of the properties may be ranked. The hotel marketability index score may be based on a selected one or more characteristics associated with one or more of the hotel properties, the characteristics including rate competitiveness, hotel availability, hotel location within a cluster location, and hotel quality within the cluster location.

Microprogrammed Controller

US Patent:
4115852, Sep 19, 1978
Filed:
Dec 7, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/748179
Inventors:
James O. Rozell - Richardson TX
Assignee:
Harris Data Communications, Inc. - Dallas TX
International Classification:
G06F 916
US Classification:
364200
Abstract:
A microprogrammed controller for interconnection between a central processor unit and at least one peripheral unit for controlling the transfer of data therebetween in response to instructions from the central processor unit provides for simplified bit manipulation through a feedback circuit which feeds the data to be supplied to the peripheral unit back to the input bus of the controller for further processing. In this way bit manipulation can be accomplished with a single microinstruction to provide for higher speed and efficiency of operation.

Lookahead Memory Address Control System

US Patent:
4223381, Sep 16, 1980
Filed:
Jun 30, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/921075
Inventors:
James O. Rozell - Richardson TX
David W. Abmayr - Carrollton TX
Assignee:
Harris Corporation - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
G06F 1300
G06F 906
US Classification:
364200
Abstract:
A selective memory addressing scheme employs a programmable read only memory (PROM) which responds to the opcode of the next instruction to be executed and supplies control information to memory module selection registers. The memory module selection registers operate in conjunction with the internal address registers to provide the necessary steering information for properly addressing the intended memory location. The PROM is programmed in accordance with the instruction set by which the processor operates and is coupled to decode the opcode contents of the instruction register that has been loaded, in a lookahead fashion, with the instruction following the instruction presently being executed by the central processing unit. The PROM has a first output that defines whether or not a second output of the PROM is to be used to select the memory module containing the operand to be referenced in the execution of the next instruction. This second output of the PROM is of a code size required to identify any one of the modules in the bank.

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